Quick story: My bf of two years used to use heroin. He has been through rehab was in half way houses in florida and decided to move to colorado. He now lives in Colorado, has a good job and invited me to live with him. I have been here one day and already am bothered by his excessive use of pot. He doesnt use other drugs at the moment that I know of and I actually believe that he wont. I am a healthy, active, outdoor person and I found some really cool jobs that I could enjoy. One of these jobs requires a winter long commitment to kids, which I morally wouldn't be able to back out on. I am disturbed by the amount of money he spends on pot (he just got a doctors scrip for chronic pain that he actually does have, the doctor suggested he use small amount when in pain. He uses all day everyday. I currently live with him and his cousins which is fine except for that we may need space from each other. When I bring up that his pot use bothered me he called me a bitch and uptight. I know it is because he feels threatened because I was angry. I know that strategy doesn't work. I am really far away from my family, money is a concern. I don't know what to do. I cant afford to live here on my own yet. I also don't have a full time job. I know no one can tell me what to do. I just feel frustrated. Why is he willing to choose pot over me? How can he compare my example of his pot use to my yoga practice!? If you have any suggestions for direction for me please let me know.
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